I was at one of the Utah temples recently and decided to grab a bite to eat in the cafeteria. I was surprised to see a sign that said only credit cards will be accepted starting October 1. I wonder why that is. Credit cards charge a 2-3% fee per transaction, so it seems a little strange. Is it too hard to reconcile cash at the end of the day? Are cashiers taking money from the till? Are people passing counterfeit bills? I know that large retailers like Wal-mart have a problem with counterfeit bills. Honestly, if someone gave me a counterfeit bill, I probably wouldn’t notice and just pass it on. I was told by the cashier that temples church-wide are only going to accept credit cards, no cash. Is that true? Any insight on this?